Actor/writer/comedian/Jeopardy! champion Louis C.K. is coming to San Francisco this summer, and after just announcing a July 8 show at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Monday, which sold out fast, he's added a second set that same night at 10:30 p.m. for which $50 tickets are still available.
Mr. C.K. had already been planning an Oracle Arena stop on his summer tour, as SFGate notes, on Saturday, July 9.
But, clearly, the man is too popular at this point to do but a single show, and Bill Graham was available, so he'll be doing two sets there now, performing for an extra 14,000 fans (7,000 at each). Oracle, meanwhile, holds 19,596 people.
In a statement when he announced the new standup tour, Louis wrote, "It's new jokes and I think I'm better at comedy right now than I've been for a while and I'm going to dedicate the year to just doing great live shows."
The comedian's latest piece of work was the surprise mini-series Horace & Pete, costarring Steve Buscemi. C.K. says he's now millions of dollars in debt after he financed the 10-episode dramedy himself, despite excellent reviews, and he's imploring fans to buy the whole series on his website.
But, yeah, he's also probably helping to pay those debts by adding all these tour dates.